Ossola: alpine lakes, parks, forests and white slopes
This is Ossola, so close to the Swiss border and yet, so Italian as shown by its attractions, typical cuisine and tradition. Here Nature is in any way the absolute protagonist: alpine lakes, parks, forests and white slopes contribute to shape the rich landscape. The Val Grande National Park is the most extensive Wilderness Area of the Alps, the only area in Europe that completely maintains original environmental properties. The second highest European summit, Mount Rosa, represents the real jewel of the Anzasca Valley. From Vigezzo Valley to Bognanco Valley, also known as the “valley of 100 waterfalls”, a paradise for canyoning and hiking lovers, to the Antrona Valley, lately declared Regional Nature Park, and the Antigorio-Divedro-Formazza Valleys, with the famous 145 M high Toce Waterfall: a definitely dreamlike combination for a holiday immersed in the most uncontaminated nature.